You Need a Little “Crazy” if You Want to Achieve Your Dreams
If you want to achieve your dreams, you have to be relentless about making them happen. It takes a lot of focus and drive to achieve one’s goals.
That’s because our dreams are usually out of reach. Why else would it be a dream?
It’s not easy. And there’s a high price to pay for pursuing it. That’s why only crazy, driven people go after their dreams.
Most folks prefer the certainty of a 9–5 job, watching a TV show in the evening, and going out on the weekend.
They don’t work on their dreams. But if you do, then it means you’re different. And in the eyes of many people, you’re crazy. And that’s okay.
The problem: Chasing too many dreams
Look, the problem is not that you’re a little crazy. You don’t have to be ashamed if you try to become the best in your field. Or if you want to become a millionaire.
But here’s the catch: Humans tend to bite off more than they can chew when it comes to dreams.
We don’t want just one slice of life; we want the whole pie. We want to bench press our way to fitness, charm people with our Spanish, and savor every bite of that pizza.
But our time and resources are limited. Willpower and good habits can only go so far. Unless you’re born with generational wealth, perfect genetics, and a social circle that gives you the best opportunities in the world — You’ll have to work hard for your dreams. And if you’re chasing too many things, you likely won’t achieve your big goals.
So you have to decide: What major goal is truly important to you? Which dream do you genuinely want to work for?
Achieving a dream is all about the process, not the results. If you want to be a millionaire, you need to do something you enjoy that earns you millions in the process. If you want to be a famous writer, you have to enjoy writing consistently.
Dreams take time to happen. And only those who love the process can stay the course long enough to achieve their desired results.